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Examples of Type that Works

Choosing the right type for your yearbook can amplify great design. View these examples of type that works.

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Yearbook Spread Anatomy

Walk through these 12 elements of yearbook spread design to make sure your book’s design is complete!

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Better By Design

Become a better designer by learning about four very important principles of design that are rarely ignored.

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Building a Yearbook Spread

These fundamentals of yearbook spread design can help ensure the success of any designer’s work.

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Writing a Yearbook Colophon

“A Cola Who?” This is a phrase often uttered in the yearbook room when the adviser mentions to the editor in chief that it is time to write the colophon for the last deadline. This article includes a checklist of what to include in your colophon.

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Guide to Coverage

Use this coverage guide to make your book fresh each year.

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When the Struggle is Real, Adapt

Erinn Harris had everything figured out. She ran the well-oiled machine that was the yearbook program at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology. And, she had a system in place.

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Style Sheet for Writing Copy

Use this style sheet as a starting point for your staff. You will need to set rules that pertain to your school. Keep in mind that the ultimate goal when observing style rules is to be consistent within your publication.

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Sentence Structure Types

Professional writers typically use four types of sentence structures when writing copy. Practice emulating each of these sentence structures when composing your yearbook copy.

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Quick Caption Writing Checklist

Yearbook staffers can use this checklist as a quick and easy way to be sure captions are complete and have variety on each spread.

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